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Stelle Lomont Rouhani Architects
Stelle Architects
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What is the name of the color you used to stain the railroad ties?
Stelle Lomont Rouhani ArchitectsSave to IdeabookEmail Photo Here the terracing of a backyard lawn is accommodated with tall steps, not stairs. These edges effectively reiterate
The steps entry and the exterior.
Here the terracing of a backyard lawn is accommodated with tall steps, not stairs. These edges effectively reiterate the projecting awnings on the house.
“Fachada” — camilarezende
Nicolock Paving Stones and Retaining Walls
Stepping Stones—Log Sleepers
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Bradstone Log Sleepers are an authentic, maintenance-free alternative to traditional railroad ties which are hard to come by and can be expensive. Log Sleepers are extremely versatile and can be used for paving or as lawn or patio edging. They can also be installed vertically in staggered heights to
How are these anchored if used as steps, please?
Hi gnkhiser, They are not recommended to over hang on steps but if they are being used as the landing, they can be adhered with a PL premium adhesive or non shrink mortar.
log sleepers look like railroad ties
Steps we'd use shells not stones
railroad ties in dry creek bed
“backyard pathway” — mhabegg
Modern Landscape
Ideabooks2,553
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experts agree that using wood treated with creosote (typically found in railroad ties) is not advisable.
I like the variety with the hardscape and the plantings...note steps in back
on the safety of using pressure-treated wood around edible gardens, most experts agree that using wood treated with creosote (typically found in railroad ties) is not advisable.
on the safety of using pressure-treated wood around edible gardens, most experts agree that using wood treated with creosote (typically found in railroad ties) is not advisable.
“wooden edges” — Jonathan Storey
Huettl Landscape Architecture
9 Reviews
Godfrey
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transitioning to rail ties and bark fill
railroad ties & fine bark mixes with broken stone and pavers
use of stone and cement on patio is attractive; rail road tie and bark steps not sure if I like...hmmmm
Patio mix of stone and concrete and transition to steps
AGAIN- railroad risers and gravel used here for stairs. Look off to the upper right and see the broken stone leading to DECK... nice way to break it up.
“Great steps for going to upper levels of the yard.” — kittyh
Blasen Landscape Architecture
Blasen Gardens
Ideabooks650
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I like the railroad tie idea as steps
I like the railroad tie steps
steps and flowers around the steps
steps + combination of white perannuals
Hillside steps and gardens
Great hydrangeas along steps
hyrdrangeas along stone steps
plantings around steps
hillside steps peonies
Steps and planting...Wood Steps...RR tie steps...Steps by patio
“Shrubbery curve of stairs” — uptonman
Terrain Outdoor Craftsmen
1 Review
Terracing
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Railroad tie steps
“Incorporating existing rock into stairs” — scheibm
Pedersen Associates
6 Reviews
Mill Valley Residence 2
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landscape tie stairs
railroad tie steps
“We're currently working on a project (9/2014) where we're using timber stairs and considering using” — Miller Landscape Architecture
The Grass Is Always Greener Landscape Designs
6 Reviews
Bird's Eye View
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The wooden step and the flowers
Railroad tie steps leading to secret garden
“I love Iris and the color palette with the purples is very nice.” — carol022
Railroad tie steps
Railroad tie steps
Replacing Railroad ties
We began giving our existing terraced gardens a fix up and found that many of the railroad ties needed replacing. Then, when I researched, I found out...
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